I teach a data visualization course, and recently one of my students has come to me with the idea of “half-filling map areas”. I was like that’s a great idea, go find an example on the internet, I’m sure there is plenty. Well, as it turns out, there isn’t plenty, so I’ve decided to do … Continue reading D3 liquid fill gauge for maps
A couple of years ago I wrote about the great shift in F1 towards including more and more Asian tracks – at the expense of the historical European tracks. Today I’m bringing you an update, to include alongside F1 both MotoGP and WRC – and a few new insights.
We all know that Moore’s law pushed technology a long way since ENIAC. The way we do the research changed unquestionably, but so did the way we write up our findings. I have the feeling that this latter part although, somewhat concentrates about the fact that library-roaming has been replaced with google-scholaring. Especially if you think about the last 15-20 years. The way … Continue reading The modern researcher’s toolbox
Click here to look at the data visualization only. A localized Hungarian version of this post also exists. PREVIOUS: Refugee dynamics – what does the data say? This post is an update on the Refugee dynamics – what does the data say? post – a data visualization that I have developed for World Refugee Day 2015. Now I … Continue reading A visual exploratorium of refugee flows over the world using dynamic chord diagrams